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Art Gingert, a volunteer for the Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy (NCLC), holds an American kestrel. Gingert maintains nesting boxes for kestrels throughout the region and on several NCLC properties. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Schrang/NCLC

Preparing for global warming through land conservation

KENT — The Kent-based Northwest Connecticut Land Conservancy (NCLC), the state’s largest land trust, held its annual meeting via Zoom on Saturday, Nov. 20. Officials presented a 2021 year in review, revealed future conservation goals and shared results of a recent shareholder survey.


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